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Social Transformations in the Women’s Short Stories in Egypt, 2011-2017 : Studying social transformations in literature:

Saleh Ali Almahfali, Mohammed LU and Barhoum, Rafah LU (2018) In Arab World English Journal for Translation & Literary Studies 2( 1). p.60-75
Abstract
The study primarily draws on genetic structuralism in unraveling social transformations embedded in short stories written by Egyptian authoresses. It also makes use of feminist concepts given that the content in question is written by Egyptian women writers and hence blends general social transformations with those affected by feminism. Four Egyptian authoresses were selected for this study along with samples of their literary works, written between 2011 and 2017, in an attempt to unpick the social transformations taking place in the short story during that critical period.
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Egypt, genetic structuralism, social transformations,, sociology of literary, women’s short stories
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Arab World English Journal for Translation & Literary Studies
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2
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1
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16 pages
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2550-1542
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10.24093/awejtls/vol2no1.4
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  abstract     = {The study primarily draws on genetic structuralism in unraveling social transformations embedded in short stories written by Egyptian authoresses. It also makes use of feminist concepts given that the content in question is written by Egyptian women writers and hence blends general social transformations with those affected by feminism. Four Egyptian authoresses were selected for this study along with samples of their literary works, written between 2011 and 2017, in an attempt to unpick the social transformations taking place in the short story during that critical period.},
  author       = {Saleh Ali Almahfali, Mohammed and Barhoum, Rafah},
  issn         = {2550-1542},
  keyword      = {Egypt,genetic structuralism, social transformations,,sociology of literary,women’s short stories},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {02},
  number       = { 1},
  pages        = {60--75},
  series       = {Arab World English Journal for Translation & Literary Studies},
  title        = {Social Transformations in the Women’s Short Stories in Egypt, 2011-2017 : Studying social transformations in literature:},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awejtls/vol2no1.4},
  volume       = {2},
  year         = {2018},
}